Tuesday, July 24, 2012

DNS explained - The Domain Name Servers by

DNS explained - The Domain Name Servers by "Contents of a DNS record:

Domain Name

Your actual domain name

'A' Record

Indicates which DNS server is the authority

'MX' Record

The mail server that accepts mail for your domain


DNS record expiration (in minutes)

For the purposes of this article we will focus on the domain name, the ‘A' record (or your WHP's DNS servers).

6. The Propagation Process

As we said before, your domain registrar is the one responsible for publishing your domain name at the root DNS level. When it is published it is placed into a directory that is broadcast out to primary DNS servers around the world. The primary DNS servers broadcast out to secondary DNS servers and so on and so forth."

Somebody Please Tell Me How To Set Up a Few Name Servers?

Could the true secret lie, in the dedicated IP????

He quietly asked to no one in particular.....

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